Iowa's English-learners need many years of help

The Iowa governor and lawmakers are considering a proposal to fund a fourth year of English-language instruction for immigrant and refugee children, even though some citizens oppose spending tax dollars on illegal immigrants. Because of its cost, few districts now offer dual-language instruction, which many experts believe is superior to English immersion.

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